What you need to know about the new land-tax regime in Ontario

The Ontario Land-Tax System has been in place since January 1, 2020, and was put in place to ensure that the province’s tax rates are as fair as possible.

The Ontario Taxpayers Federation (OTAF) has been calling for an end to the system for a long time.

They want the new system to be a full-fledged tax system, not just a tax collection tool.

They say that the new taxation system is unfair because the provincial government doesn’t pay the full value of what is being collected.

That means that the Ontario government collects tax without taking into account any of the costs of administering the tax system.

They also say that it is unfair for the government to collect a portion of a property’s value when the rest of the value is collected by property owners through other taxes.

They have called for a return to the pre-2018 tax system in an effort to get the system to a fair system.

But Ontario is one of the few provinces that does not use a “tax-collecting” system.

The province currently only collects about 20 per cent of its property taxes.

The government has been looking to find a way to get that percentage up to about 30 per cent.

The new system, which is called the “land-tax system,” is a hybrid of both existing and new taxes.

It will apply to the entire value of a home, as well as to any part of it.

For example, if a person is selling their home for $150,000, they could pay a property tax of $15,000 and get a full refund.

But they could also sell the property to someone who is selling for $80,000 but the tax would only be $6,000.

Under the new tax system the sale of a piece of land, including the front yard, is not taxable.

The property owners who have the property, like the seller, would pay the land tax in full and get their full refund, which would be refunded to the land owner, if they pay the property tax on the property at all.

The land-Tax system is expected to have an impact on some properties, like a home owned by someone who works in a retail store, but it is expected that the tax will be lessened for all property owners.

There are currently two options for the new property tax system to apply to a property: a “property tax collection method” that allows a property owner to choose the amount of tax they want to pay or a “land tax collection methods” that will determine how much property tax will go to the property owner.

If a property has more than one owner, the tax amount is set for each.

A property owner who wants to avoid a tax increase will have to choose a property with one owner who is paying the tax, or one owner paying more than the property taxes that the owner has.

If the property has a fixed tax rate, a property can choose to either keep the property as is, or move to a different property.

The two options will only apply to property in the same province, but the new taxes could affect properties outside of Ontario.

The Land-tax System is a Hybrid Approach There are a number of factors that go into the hybrid approach to land-value taxation.

For one, the province is going to collect tax on property taxes at a rate that is not currently included in the current system.

This means that Ontario is going a hybrid approach.

It is estimated that it will cost about $2.3 billion to implement the new legislation, and the provincial tax authority is expected be able to collect about $1.2 billion in tax revenues over the next 10 years.

In 2018, the government collected $3.6 billion in property tax, but that amount could increase by $200 million over the 10 years due to changes to the Ontario Tax System.

Another key factor is the “tax collection method,” which is a way the province decides which property owner will pay the tax.

A lot of people are used to the current tax system and believe that the system is fair.

But there are a lot of ways to choose between the tax collectors and the owners.

In Ontario, if someone is selling a home that is valued at $150 million, then that person would pay $15 million in tax.

If someone is buying a property at $80 million, that person will pay $60 million in taxes.

But if someone was selling a property valued at under $150 and they are buying a home valued at over $80 and they both pay $70 million in property taxes, then there is a clear difference between the two.

In both scenarios, the property will be subject to a tax of between $5 and $15 per cent depending on the amount that was sold.

So even though the tax rate is set at the property’s current value, the amount paid could vary significantly based on what the property is worth. That